From check-in to check-out, the entire experience of staying at RVC Yosemite was extremely enjoyable. The staff were all SUPER nice and offered plenty of solicited advice regarding best day hikes and things to do in the area. There is free wi-fi but beware--the signal isn't that strong (at least from where our campsite was) so don't come here expecting to livestream any important work meetings or download large files. You'll be too busy enjoying the great outdoors that you'll barely notice anyway! There is a general store adjacent to the registration area in the main building with some camp essentials like snacks, ice, towels, firewood and most importantly--s'mores materials. The whole resort is extremely family-friendly. There is a playground area for kiddos and a shallow (5 & 1/2') pool which is a welcome juxtaposition to the otherwise simple nature vibe of the resort. There's even a dog park so even your beloved pet can come along! (sidenote: there are also several feral "camp cats" on the premises--we saw a bunch of kittens which were pretty cute.)
Accommodations include tent campsites, RV hookups, cabins and yurts. Staying in a yurt has been on my travel bucket list for quite some time and I'm so glad I was finally able to experience it and check it off my list! Our yurt at RVC Yosemite was clean and surprisingly more spacious than I thought. It sleeps up to 4 and features a queen size bed and bunk bed. There's also a small table, storage cubbies, sofa and mini fridge. There is an overhead ceiling fan and wall AC/heating unit. Since temps were in the 90's we kept that baby blasting cold air all day and it kept us completely comfortable. No TV or cooking range in the yurt but there is a firepit w/ grilling grate right outside and who needs screens when mother nature provides the best views right outside your door? Although there isn't a private bathroom inside the yurt, the resort has multiple bath houses complete with bathroom stalls and showers, which are all kept immaculate.
It is worth noting that there is not an eatery/restaurant on the resort grounds BUT there are several places to eat in Coarsegold about 10 mins away. There's also Von's supermarket in town as well. There's a casino nearby with a fancy buffet we were excited to try (ha) but sadly it was over by the time we arrived so we didn't get to eat there but the casino seems entertaining enough if gambling is your sorta thing.